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Clinical Practice With Families: Supporting Creativity and Competence

Michael Rothery, George Enns
Format
Book
Published
New York : Haworth Social Work Practice Press, c2001.
Language
English
Series
Haworth Social Work Practice in Action
Haworth Social Work Practice
ISBN
0789010844 (hardcover : alk. paper), 0789010852 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Contents
  • Introduction: Creativity and Frameworks 1
  • Our Purpose 1
  • Clinical Theory and the Ecological Perspective 2
  • Clinical Theory: An Embarrassment of Riches 5
  • Case Example: The Doyles 6
  • Creativity 7
  • Frameworks 9
  • Part I Essential Themes--a Framework for Understanding
  • Chapter 1. Boundaries 21
  • Nature of Boundaries 22
  • Qualities and Functions of Boundaries 30
  • Rhythm of Contact and Withdrawal 37
  • A Boundary Dynamic 41
  • Boundary Negotiation Process 45
  • Boundaries and Identity 46
  • Boundaries in Context 50
  • Chapter 2. Traditions 51
  • Traditions Defined 52
  • Sources of Traditions 53
  • Advantages of the Concept 56
  • Our Relationship to Traditions 57
  • Rebecca and Daniel's Crisis Revisited 70
  • Chapter 3. Development of Individuals in Families: Themes and Variations 73
  • Advantages of a Developmental View 74
  • A Perspective on Development 75
  • New Couple 78
  • Boundaries with the Couple's Extended Family and Other Systems 82
  • Bearing and Caring for Children 88
  • Caring for Adolescents 94
  • Launching the Young Adult 102
  • Attachment and Disengagement in Later Life 108
  • Further Variations 113
  • Therapist's Developmental Issues 118
  • Part II Facilitating Change
  • Chapter 4. Understanding Change 123
  • Theories of Explanation and Theories of Change 123
  • Relationship As a Precondition for Change 124
  • Boundaries and the Helping Relationship 127
  • Traditions and the Helping Relationship 129
  • Change and the Boundary Dynamic 135
  • Summary: Generalizations About Change 137
  • Example: Ideas About Change in Action 139
  • Final Note: Technique and Creativity 145
  • Chapter 5. Setting Goals, Discovering Solutions 147
  • Defining Problems and Discovering Solutions 148
  • Traditions and the Search for Solutions 156
  • Integrating Different Agendas 161
  • Goals and Stages in the Process of Change 162
  • Chapter 6. Clarifying Boundaries: Boundaries As a Framework for Therapy 165
  • Clarifying Boundaries: A New Example 167
  • Generational Boundary 168
  • Clarifying Boundaries: An Extended Example 186
  • Chapter 7. Helping Vulnerable Families 211
  • Concept of Vulnerability 211
  • Vulnerability and Clinical Intervention 215
  • Vulnerability and Boundaries 218
  • Vulnerability and Traditions 219
  • Case Example: The McDougalls 220
  • Expanding Our Understanding: The Ecomap 222
  • A Focus on Strengths 222
  • Implications for Service 226
  • Epilogue: Future Creative Challenges 231.
Description
xvi, 253 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 239-245) and index.
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